I'm very curious what this threat behind the current one is... I have the feeling it might be Nozdormu himself, but well see....
I find these videos analyze themselves for the viewers. Characters actually narrate what is happening right in front of themselves as if the viewer isn't smart enough to understand what's going on. Perhaps providing the deeper contexts of mentioned characters and their actions would be a more practical article?
I think people go a bit overboard with analysing these video's. This is 3 video's have been very simple in nature. Its a introduction to the Dracthyr race and the video's is not really anymore then that. I do get amused by how some say its murozond talking with the Dracthyr, sorry Talisen but this is Nozdormu talking. We get introduced to the enemy and our allies and now we just have to wait until the raid to see who the bad guy really is. Or maybe bad guys. Tentacles for everyone?
There's really only two big threats that comes to mind here.The first is obviously Moruzond. And he'd likely be vague about that, to not cause Emberthal and others, to strike at him now, before he became corrupted, in an attempt to stop him from turning. Whereas he might still be hoping there is a way to change his fate.THe other one, would be Galakrond. He might be long dead, but as were shown in Hearthstone, he can be resurrected, and the one who did so there, have been shown to be in Dragonflight. Might well be the route they're going.Either way, both threats are better than another nipple man.
Surprised the biggest but subtle reveal in Legacies 3 wasn't commented on in this analysis: Void Magic clouds Nozdormu's ability to see the timestreams, the past, present and future. This is why he was unable to foresee Deathwing's betrayal back in the War of the Ancients and likely why he's seemingly unaware of what would ultimately turn him into Murozond so he could avoid falling into that trap.
hum so we have an army of evoker with polearm while in game dractyr can't use them xD
That Titan gauntlet has a good chance of being made from Tyr's severed hand, the one Galakrond bit off. Because unless it was absorbed completely by Galakrond, it would naturally be found at Galakrond's Rest- an area Neltharion would be intimately familiar with.
Look at how buff the Dracthyr looks here.Why couldn't we have buff Dracthyr, again?
Somehow, Deathwing returned.
If anyone from Blizzard is reading this... amazing job. Your art keeps me invested in this game: tears of hype all over my keyboard.
There's something unsatisfying about this mind-domination plot device. Not the fact that it's used so often; the much beloved Lich King story uses such, but the compelling aspect and focus of Arthas was the fall and its impact on the world. Rise and fall for epic stories is great, but you still need story in-between. We need a strong Dracthyr-Arthas to drive the narrative, show us the dark and the light of this new race. Give us someone to love to hate again.From what I've seen in beta, they're really crapping all over Wrathion too, he's just become a 1-dimensional arrogant male. His BFA incarnation was far better.I am not saying the new lore is bad, I enjoyed the Bronze Dragonflight aspects (no pun intended). I am just sceptical after Shadowlands. Game-wise, Dragonflight is shaping up to be potentially one of the best expansions ever.
The big question here is WHY does Nozdormu want to know when the full corruption of Neltharion happened. Also, the Old Gods are still very much around, at least enough to "communicate" with Nozdormu or else how would they convince him to stop his own death?And why would he want to prevent his own death? Perhaps he thought he could do something about what happens after he dies?I still insist that the very reason for Emberthal to have this much spotlight is because she will definitely become more than she is now. She will become a Dragon Aspect.
As much as this was as interesting as I hoped, this made me feel even worse for Emberthal.
I've seen it be theorized in other videos, but I think one reason Neltharion locked away the Dracthyr was so that when he inevitably fell to madness, he wouldn't have an army at his disposal to use against everyone else.We've seen just how persuasive and deadly the Old Gods and the Void can be, no matter how strong-willed the person using them is. I like to think that Neltharion had enough self-awareness to know that accepting more and more of the Old Gods' powers would doom him to insanity. Perhaps in his own mind, he did the Dracthyr a favor by denying them the dark path that he had chosen and would eventually follow.
We have two potential powers being able to hide time fragments, the Titans and the Old Gods, Nozdormu didn't know about the mind control artifact so maybe the titans/Keepers hide it from him since they gave him his powers it should be easy to trick him. The Old Gods well they are the Old Gods no explanation needed.
calling it now ... nozdormu is the final boss of the xpac without doubt ... if hes not the final boss of the 2nd patch raid hes 100% the final boss of the xpac